2 days ago | Concerts
For many years, being a fan of the English rock band Radiohead meant three little words: "True Love Waits." That's the name of the sentimental ballad that long served as the Holy Grail of the band's unreleased tracks. First heard on 2001's I Might...
7 days ago | Miami Music Week
London-born Jesse Rose, one of the most quietly celebrated house DJs in the world, has never played Ultra. And thanks to his impending retirement, he never will. "There used to be a thing where if you played Ultra, you couldn't play any other part...
9 days ago | Miami Music Week
He may be a jet-setting DJ and head of the label Knee Deep in Sound, but recently, Hot Since 82, AKA Daley Padley, was knee-deep in something else: mosquito bites. "I've got over 40 bites all down my leg," he says. "I've not been bit a lot before ...
13 days ago | Interviews
It’s nearly Miami Music Week 2017, and the cash cow of EDM has supposedly been slaughtered. The Miami Herald has said it. So has Pitchfork. Even New Times is demanding a sea change in the dance music industry that will save us from the monotony of...
20 days ago | Miami Music Week
If you asked what song best describes the state of EDM in 2017, it wouldn't be electronic. It wouldn't have a drop or a simple synth melody or a four-on-the-floor beat. It would be "After the Gold Rush" by Neil Young. The singer-songwriter wrote "...
2 months ago | Essay
What does the 2008 housing crisis have to do with one of last year's most celebrated pop songs? Everything.